Professor J. Graeme Houston

Prof J. Graeme Houston

Partner: University of Dundee

Prof Houston is the lead PI for the ReDVA project. Graeme qualified in Natural Sciences in 1983, and MB Bchir in 1987 from Cambridge University, developing an interest in Clinical Imaging and was appointed SINAPSE Professor of Clinical Imaging in the University of Dundee in 2009.

A Consultant Radiologist at Ninewells Hospital and Medical School Dundee, since 1995, Graeme has focused on developing and implementing services in MRI and Interventional Radiological techniques particularly in relation to cardiovascular disease following Clinical Fellowship in radiology at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

His major research interests are the improvement of non-invasive methods of assessing patient risk factors for disease, the development of new minimal invasive treatments, and the use of imaging techniques to improve understanding of the pathophysiology, making Graeme ideally suited to lead the ReDVA project. Graeme’s is actively involved in collaborative research both locally, nationally and internationally with funded multi-centre clinical, and pre-clinical trials.